Mendocino Adds 16 Customers

Mendocino Software announced the addition of 16 new InfiniView enterprise customers

June 12, 2007

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FREMONT, Calif. -- Mendocino Software today announced the addition of 16 new InfiniView enterprise customers, with deployments spanning Global 1000 companies across a variety of industries. Mendocino’s InfiniView is based on continuous data protection (CDP) technology, and is used by customers to provide immediate access to historical copies of production data needed to optimize recovery, administration and maintenance without impacting business operations.

InfiniView is widely recognized as the only enterprise-class CDP product on the market today, which is once again being validated with the recent customer additions, including Global 1000 companies such as Continental Airlines and Sony Ericsson. Vertical markets represented among the 16 new customers include transportation, media and entertainment, manufacturing, financial services, telecommunications, insurance, health care, and retail, indicating a broad, cross-market appeal for the solution. InfiniView is distributed through “trusted enterprise storage supplier” channels. It is available through HP as HP Continuous Information Capture (HP CIC).

“Our customers tend to think about secure, unlimited data access as an infrastructure service, rather than a point product play,” said Mike Heald, vice president of worldwide sales and support at Mendocino. “They realize the long term value and cost savings associated with a centralized utility that can provide them access to current or historical copies of data, without impacting production, across heterogeneous servers, storage and applications.”

“InfiniView offers enterprise customers, many of whom have literally millions of dollars tied up in alternative copy creation technologies, the opportunity to consolidate the management of copy creation and usage on a centralized platform that provides something they’ve never had before: retroactive access to any historical point without disrupting business operations,” said Arun Taneja, lead analyst and founder of The Taneja Group. “The first two benefits customers notice are faster, easier recoveries and cost savings due to decreased storage purchases. The IT users we have talked to say the ROI of such an infrastructure service is undeniable, and improves as it is used to provide coverage for more and more critical applications.”

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